Indigenous nations gather to oppose Arctic drilling

The young people of the Gwich'in Nation, a group indigenous to Alaska and Canada, have called a meeting in Arctic Village, Alaska, next week to discuss how oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge might affect their survival.
http://www.enn.com/news/enn-stories/2001/06/06142001/indigenous_44005.asp

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